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Tipp’s Sporting Pub is also known as the Kirkham House in honour of the local patriot. This old pub has carvery lunches that include smoked haddock and cod pie.
Named in honour of the local patriot, traditional pub Kickham House has carvery lunches that include smoked haddock and cod pie.
Cahir's farmers market attracts the region's best food vendors.
A change in ownership has turned this icon by the river into just another caff, but the patio still has fine castle views. Enjoy them with your burger and chips.
Serving fine pizzas and pasta to Cahir locals for over a decade, Galileo is a neat and smooth Italian restaurant, with a modern interior and efficient, friendly service. The restaurant has no license, so BYO.
Busy, breezy little cafe dishing out tasty sandwiches, salads, soups and wraps. Its adjacent tearoom, the Coffee Pod, is quieter.
Don't miss the hot pies (served with salad) at this busy spot.
Competition for the 32 seats is fierce at this gourmet cafe run by the same family as Chez Hans next door...
Since 1968 this former church has been a place of worship for foodies from all over Ireland and beyond...
Although it looks like a grand old castle (part of the building does comprise a medieval fortified tower built in the 15th century), inside it's dungeon-dark and modernised, but there's a good range of meat, fish and...
And fine it is. Local ham and cheese features in many a lunch item; definitely partake. The eggs are free range and there are homemade jellies, jams and chutneys for sale.
The restaurant and stone-walled, candlelit cellar bar of this central hotel are superb and feature a broad menu of international fare made with locally sourced produce.
Accomplished Italian cooking at what many locals consider to be Clonmel's best restaurant ranges from classic antipasti platters and pizzas to mains like veal escalopes with Parma ham and mozzarella in sage and marsa...
This isn't just Clonmel's best Indian restaurant (and no, it's not the only one), but one of its best restaurants, full stop...
This long, slender, smart and bustling deli and cafe does a brisk trade, serving a wide range of appealing lunch options and comfort food (gourmet burgers, pan-fried pork and lasagnes, plus creative sandwiches) and b...
A classic that deserves national acclaim and preservation, McCarthy's proclaims itself as pub, restaurant and undertaker ('we'll wine you, dine you and bury you'), though not necessarily in that order (making it an e...
The upscale surrounds on the approach to the castle attract a fab collection of vendors to this market, including Naked Lunch – from Dungarvan's Nude Food deli – whose tasty sandwiches you can enjoy in the park or a...
This inviting Victorian pub, complete with decorative wallpaper, leather-backed benches, an open fire, and a beer garden out back, serves good steaks, fish and chips, and bangers and mash.
Saffron red walls, muted lights and large gilt mirrors create an intimate atmosphere you don’t usually find at your corner curry house back home...
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